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Called “one of the greatest poets that ever lived” by Neil Young, singer-songwriter Phil Ochs has been sitting in the footnotes of musical history for the past half century. So, why make a podcast about a musician buried in relative obscurity since his untimely death in 1976? Simple. His songs could have been written a week ago. From his days as a “singing journalist” in the early sixties, to the experimental baroque-pop of “Pleasures of the Harbor”, to the seventies’ gold suit (a la Elvis P ...
 
Hosted by George Louvis, Stuff From the Vault is a podcast that gives you inside information on the music business, the recording process, gems of information about records you love and "inside the studio" stories of some great known and unknown recordings. Occasionally we will also explore some great pop culture stories from the 60's, 70's and 80's. You can listen here, or watch on our website - www.stufffromthevault.com
 
Welcome to the behind-the-scenes podcast of the upcoming feature-length documentary film God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines: The Story of Detroit Techno! Composer, DJ, and native-Detroiter Reggie Dokes (@ReggieDokes) guides you through an independent production company’s processes and impact that go far beyond what you see on-screen. Documenting the story of the true origins of techno music has been a 10-year international journey of filmmaking and a labor of love for the Detroit-bred producers ...
 
Hello Again, and Welcome to Crime In Music! Every other Wednesday, we'll bring you a true-crime podcast about people in & around the Music Business and their mis-adventures in Law-Breaking! We talk about such things as: #CrimeHistory #MurderMystery #MusicHistory #CrimeStories #MusicLife #MusicBusiness #CrimeInMusic If you like that sort of thing, Check Us Out, Hit Subscribe & Tell a Friend! Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Since the dawn of recorded history, we’ve been wired to fight - whether it was fighting for survival on the African savannah tens of thousands of years ago, or fighting with our siblings for the remote. We’re captivated by stories of adversaries battling it out for supremacy. Whether it was David and Goliath, Achilles and Hector, Michaelangelo and Leonardo Davinci, or even Larry Bird and Magic Johnson, the struggle for superiority is one we can all innately relate to. And these battles have ...
 
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In episode 4, the production team behind upcoming feature-length documentary God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines: The Story of Detroit Techno resolves to individually honor vital members of Detroit’s dance music scene as they enter the new year. This January, they are giving virtual flowers to techno pioneer Eddie Flashin’ Fowlkes (@eddie_fowlkes). Edd…
 
In celebration of his debut album's 20th anniversary, this year has seen a massive vinyl reissue/remastering campaign for much of Chris Carrabba's early Dashboard Confessional catalog. This includes two LP's that the majority of his fanbase discovered him with (The Swiss Army Romance and The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most), plus the band's 2…
 
With touring off the table during the pandemic, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Jason Isbell and his band the 400 Unit have still kept their momentum: The group's latest album Reunions was released to physical indie record stores prior to digital services earlier this spring, they've played a string of socially-distanced outdoor shows, as well as …
 
In episode 3, the production team (Reggie Dokes, Jennifer Washington, Kristian Hill, David Grandison) behind upcoming feature-length documentary God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines: The Story of Detroit Techno celebrate their friend, and legendary Detroit DJ, Mike Huckaby. Huck is remembered not only as a DJ, but as an educator, as a leader, and as the…
 
Though it already cemented his legacy as one of the world's greatest songwriters, Tom Petty originally intended 1994's Wildflowers to be a double-album. Now over 25 years later, fans can finally hear these long-buried tracks, along with home demos, alternate takes, live cuts, new liner notes from Rick Rubin and more as part of Wildflowers & All The…
 
In episode 2, the production team behind upcoming feature-length documentary God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines: The Story of Detroit Techno take you all the way back to their roots in Detroit and their connections to techno music in the 80s. You’ll hear from composer Reggie Dokes, and producers Jennifer Washington and David Grandison, about their per…
 
Kansas City native Nathan Ellis joined the pioneering experimental outfit Coalesce in the late 90's, as they made a name across the globe for intricate dynamics partnered with the fervency of hardcore punk and a live show that bordered on chaos. He later formed The Casket Lottery with more dialed-in, yet equally engaging songwriting, pointing to ar…
 
Reggie Dokes guides you behind-the-scenes of the film God Said Give 'Em Drum Machines: The Story of Detroit Techno for the first time! In this episode, the team reminisces on this summer’s groundbreaking Electric Unity Livestream supporting Black Lives Matter. They also go deep with conversations on the feature-length documentary (coming soon!), cu…
 
He was thrust into the limelight at a super young age, acting in tv commercials. He made his break thru as little brother, bass player Danny Partridge in the Partridge Family.He studied karate under the living legend Chuck Norris and he featured those skills on several episodes of the television show CHiPs. He has several black belts and national c…
 
4x Grammy-winning producer, engineer and mixer Vance Powell has worked with a wide range of artists and bands including Chris Stapleton, Buddy Guy and Phish. For vinyl collectors, he's arguably most known for being a consistent studio go-to for Jack White, not only being involved with proper studio releases from Jack and his various projects (The D…
 
He chainsawed his neighbors patio, brought a BB gun onto a plane and he's the only original member of Puddle of Mudd, it's Wes Scantlin! Leave an Anonymous SpeakPipe Voice Msg: www.crimeinmusic.comTweet Us: www.twitter.com/crimeinmusicIG: www.instagram.com/crimeinusicFaceBook: www.facebook.com/crimeinmusic…
 
Welcome to Battle of the Bands for a special encore episode featuring none other than the world’s leading rock and metal journalist, Mick Wall. Mick Wall has worked in the music industry for over four decades, and is considered to be to music journalism what Keith Richards is to guitar. Since cutting his teeth for rock magazine Sounds in 1976, Wall…
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, we look at both bands efforts and impacts during the 21st Century, and their ongoing legacy. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Branni…
 
Early in his musical development, Dan Wilson was sure his true calling was to be a songwriter-for-hire, similar to his heroes like Carole King. And this drive continued despite the rise of his own Minneapolis-based band Semisonic in the late 90's and early 2000's, whose massive hit "Closing Time" remains one of the most recognizable singles of the …
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, we usher in the 90s, and grunge. We go all the way from Megadeth's insanely successful, 1992 album, Countdown to Extinction, through Load, Reload and the Y2K bug. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in…
 
She moved around a lot as a child. She was a tomboy and everybody knew she was different. Having never completed high school, she finally got her GED. She ran with a rough crowd of socialites like, Nicole Richie, Kim Kardashian and Ivanka Trump.A victim of the Bling Ring and Guerrilla artist Banksy, even world famous DJs; deadmau5 and Afrojack all …
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, both Metallica and Megadeth reach their high water marks. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by …
 
From the first time she ever put a Kylie Minogue cassette in her pink Sony stereo, Australia native Emma Swift has been a music obsessive. Her songwriting prowess brought her to Nashville in 2013 and she recently dropped the terrific LP Blonde On The Tracks, an album of Bob Dylan covers ranging from 1965's "Queen Jane Approximately" all the way to …
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, Metallica go out for justice. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by Mick Wall…
 
TELT returns with EP28 as Paris Street Rebels are welcomed on to the podcast. Ballingry's favourite sons exploded on to the Scottish music scene in 2019 after a string of incredible releases including 'Freakshow,' 'I Don't Wanna Die Young' and 'Nightcrawler,' which has racked up 100k streams on Spotify. Having won the famous Tenement Trail New Arti…
 
Long before his flawless debut album Dying Star in 2018, Ruston Kelly had been loud and clear about metal and punk rock shaping his brand of Americana songwriting. But last year's covers EP, Dirt Emo Vol. 1, cemented that fact and laid out a confessional throughline between Taylor Swift and Saves The Day. On this episode, we’ll hear how vinyl playe…
 
On the morning of April 11, 1983, Metallica guitarist Dave Mustaine, was awoken from a drunken slumber. “Wake up, wake up”. “You’re out of the band”. “What, no second chance, no warning?” “No.” The move was kind of hypocritical given the band members’ own struggles with the bottle, not to mention the fact that they had referred to themselves as ALc…
 
After a couple of weeks off, TELT returns with a unmissable episode as I interview the man himself, Rennie from The View. The View are one of the most successful Scottish bands of the millennium, reaching number one in the UK Album Chart with their debut album 'Hats Off To The Buskers' and selling out shows all over Europe. Initially starting off a…
 
For more than 20 years, Kentucky quintet My Morning Jacket has continually shifted and grown its sound — embracing folk, soul and psychedelia — leading to three Grammy nominations and a reputation as one of the best live acts working today. Half a decade after releasing their seventh studio album The Waterfall, ten more tracks from those same sessi…
 
Los Angeles native Robert Fisher has designed records for some of the most popular acts since the alternative rock boom, including Beck, Weezer and No Doubt. But starting with 'Nevermind' onward -- including all posthumous releases following Kurt Cobain's death -- Robert is most recognized for being Nirvana's sole art director, creating iconic albu…
 
It's an absolute honour to be joined by The Lapelles' Chris Ballantyne, Jack Anderson, Jamie Holmes and Leon Green. The Lapelles are, in my opinion, the seminal Scottish band of the 2010s. In their short time together, the boys, alongside their best friend and frontman, Gary Watson, reinvigorated the Scottish music scene with their distinctive bran…
 
Rosie Watson from Kingdom Management (Walt Disco, The Ninth Wave, Lucia) joins me for the latest episode of TELT. Having switched lanes from graphic design a few years back, Rosie has been making a name for herself in artist management having worked with some of the most exciting names in the UK music industry during her stint with Kingdom, as well…
 
Dale and Harry from SAMA Nominated Dundee psychedelic synth pop duo Beta Waves join TELT for the latest episode of the lockdown series. The boys have generously given TELT an exclusive sneak peak of the title track of their debut EP which is released on Friday the 10th of July, and 'Come On Over' is arguably their most exciting track to date. Since…
 
First emerging from Minneapolis in the mid-80's, The Jayhawks have become one of the most noteworthy and influential bands within Americana/folk-rock, releasing a pair of albums between 1992 and 1995 (Hollywood Town Hall and Tomorrow the Green Grass) that are cited by fans and critics alike as touchstones of their genre. Today, lead singer/guitaris…
 
Welcome to the Breakdown Series of TELT Podcast, where artists break down their most popular songs as they discuss the ideas, the influences, the processes and everything in between that made their chosen track great. For the very first episode of the series, I’ll be taking the lead as I discuss a song I wrote for my band, Bad Hombres, which was th…
 
We start in Europe to bring you a uniquely American musical sensation. It all started in Paris, France with successful music producers; Jacques Morali, Henri Belolo (Jack & Hank). Jack knew how to write a catchy tune and Hank was good at business. After a move to New York City to capture the US market, the fellas recorded a couple of Jack's song's …
 
The Scotland & Northern Ireland Regional Organiser for the Musicians' Union, Caroline Sewell, joins us for the latest instalment of our special series. The Musicians' Union (MU) is the UK trade union for all musicians, representing over 32,000 musicians working right across the music industry. As well as negotiating on behalf of musicians with all …
 
I am delighted to be joined by one of my favourite bands, once described as 'a glorious mix of Interpol, New Order and Glasgow,' Glasgow's very own Slouch. Paul Burnett, Daniel MacRae and Mark Hunter are in the hot seat discussing their sonic transition from garage rock to 'modern day electronica' as they all about their journey to date that has se…
 
Joseph "Run" Simmons and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels formed Run-DMC in the early 1980's and, over 35 years since being joined by groundbreaking DJ Jam Master Jay and releasing their first single, the trio is still recognized as one of rap and hip-hop's most influential acts. Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2009, Run-DMC was the first rap g…
 
Mark and Darren from Mark Sharp & The Bicycle Thieves join TELT for the latest lockdown session. Having cut their teeth in West Lothian's burgeoning music scene that produced the likes of The Snuts and Luke La Volpe, MS&TBT have incredibly sold out every single headline gig they have performed across Scotland and England. A steady string of release…
 
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